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E-Patient Dave at Semmelweis University: E-Patients Are Hackers of Healtchare

It was a huge pleasure to announce that E-Patient Dave, the world’s leading e-patient, would present in my university course entitled Social Media in Medicine on the 5th of November in Budapest. The presentation took place as a part of the curriculum, but I made the event public so anyone could attend.

Dave gave a great presentation about how e-patients shape the future of healthcare and my students had some interesting questions. He was like a rock star!

RS7672__ZZS1061-scrHere is the recorded video, I hope you will enjoy watching it:

 

Webicina.com: New Design, New Mission

Webicina.com is my service that aims to help medical professionals and patients enter the web 2.0 era by providing them with e-courses, consulting and personalized packages.

Now we created a new design in order to help patients and doctors where find the content they are really interested in.

Webicina.com main page

Webicina.com main page

If you are a patient and looking for reliable health information and web 2.0 tools focusing on your medical condition, we built packages for you. Check out the Diabetes 2.0, Depression 2.0 packages and stay tuned for the next one, Cancer 2.0 that will be launched this Sunday.

Webicina.com Patients' Page

Webicina.com Patients' Page

If you are a medical professional, you can check the services we can provide you with, follow the latest medical news with PeRSSonalized Medicine and we will also make our medical personalized Web 2.0 Guidance Packages public next week. The first topic is rheumatology.

Webicina.com Medical Professionals' Page

Webicina.com Medical Professionals' Page

We have many plans for the near future. Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates about the improvements.

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Further reading:

E-patients will shape the future of medicine: Slideshow

Here is the slideshow I presented at the AcuteZorg.nl Health 2.0 event in Nijmegen, The Netherlands on the 24th of March, 2009.

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